Tuesday, October 17

The University of California Student Association held its monthly meeting at UCLA on Oct. 14 and 15. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCSA recap – Oct. 14-15

The University of California Student Association is composed of representatives from most undergraduate student governments in the University of California. The organization’s Board of Directors held its monthly meeting at UCLA on Oct. Read more...

The University of California Student Association held its monthly meeting at UCLA on Oct. 14 and 15. (Daily Bruin file photo)

(Juliette Le Saint/Illustrations director)

UCSA plans to introduce regents’ student engagement evaluation system

University of California student leaders are creating a system to evaluate UC Regents based on their engagement with students. The UC Student Association will release the UC Regent Report Card annually to evaluate how often UC Regents visit campuses and talk to students during their visits and how they vote on issues that affect students. Read more...

(Juliette Le Saint/Illustrations director)

CALPIRG at UCLA held its kickoff event Tuesday night to get students engaged in campaigns, including its renewable energy campaign. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin)
CALPIRG at UCLA held its kickoff event Tuesday night to get students engaged in campaigns, including its renewable energy campaign. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin)

The University of California will implement policies starting next week that will reduce reimbursements and eliminate allowances for certain senior-level employees in an attempt to reduce costs. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCOP to reduce senior employee reimbursements following audit report

Senior University of California employees will receive fewer reimbursements for travel and no allowances for cars starting next week. The UC Office of the President will reduce the reimbursements senior UC employees receive for their lodging and meals when they travel on UC business and will no longer cover those employees’ car expenses, effective Oct. Read more...

The University of California will implement policies starting next week that will reduce reimbursements and eliminate allowances for certain senior-level employees in an attempt to reduce costs. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Last month, the UC Graduate-Professional Coalition voted to withdraw from UCSA. UCLA's Graduate Student Association announced it will remain. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Last month, the UC Graduate-Professional Coalition voted to withdraw from UCSA. UCLA's Graduate Student Association announced it will remain. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The University of California Office of the President agreed to delay implementation of the UC's new payroll system at two locations after discovering defects while testing the system. Only ASUCLA, UC Merced and UC Riverside will implement the system in December. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Implementation of UCPath at UCLA, medical services delayed by defects

The University of California Office of the President is delaying implementation of a new payroll system at UCLA and UCLA medical services. UC Payroll, Academic Personnel, Timekeeping and Human Resources project, a uniform center for managing payroll across the UC’s campuses, will now only launch at Associated Students UCLA, UC Merced and UC Riverside, said Scott Waugh, executive vice chancellor and provost, in an email to UCLA faculty and staff Thursday. Read more...

The University of California Office of the President agreed to delay implementation of the UC's new payroll system at two locations after discovering defects while testing the system. Only ASUCLA, UC Merced and UC Riverside will implement the system in December. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The California state legislature amended Assembly Bill 562 after a state audit report showed the University of California Office of the President innapropriately screened surveys UC campuses submitted to the state auditor about the quality and cost of services UCOP provides. (Daily Bruin file photo)
The California state legislature amended Assembly Bill 562 after a state audit report showed the University of California Office of the President innapropriately screened surveys UC campuses submitted to the state auditor about the quality and cost of services UCOP provides. (Daily Bruin file photo)


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